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BOURCIER: Foyt Is Lightening His Grip On The Wheel

It was not meant to be a day of big surprises, and there weren’t any. But you got some small ones, pleasant surprises, the kind that left you grinning about history, heroes and the mellowing effect that time has on us all.

ARGABRIGHT: Different Standards For Racers?

The video is clear, an irrefutable record of events as they unfolded. Two cars got together, both spinning out of the race.

RODDA: A New Challenge For Dave Ellis

Dave Ellis will start his 51st year in racing with a new challenge.

SHEHEEN: Sideboards, Restaurants & The Internet

The latest speed secret in the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series pit area involves moving the sideboards on the big top wings up and down and forward and back.

KNUTSON: Alonso’s McLaren Conundrum

Fernando Alonso had nowhere else to go but McLaren if he wanted to stay in Formula One next season.

MARTIN: With IndyCar On The Rise, Change Is In The Wind

Another Verizon IndyCar Series season has come to an end and the series has a fresh-faced American driver as its champion for the first time since Ryan Hunter-Reay won the title in 2012.

KENNEDY: Sprinting Through Irwindale

More than 30 Royal Purple Synthetic Oil King of the Wing Series (winged 360 and 410 cubic inch restricted power sprint cars) raced at the half-mile progressively-banked Irwindale Speedway on Nov. 18.

FROST: The Business Of Trade Shows

As the racing season winds down, this month we will take a look into the business of motorsports trade shows.

FENWICK: Stepping Into Pikes Peak History

Vacations often provide us with the opportunity to do things we would not get the chance to do otherwise.

HEDGER: ‘Kramer’ Theory Lives During Super DIRT Week

Devoted fans of the “Seinfeld” television series will recall the episode where Jerry’s friend, Kramer, offered his “even-steven” theory.

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